Warsaw, Poland – Macoscope introduces its latest app, Bubble Browser for iPad which competed in Evernote’s Devcup 2013 competition and won the Design Achievement Award
Similarly to its Mac version, it was created for exploring information stored inside Evernote accounts. Bubble Browser has been redesigned from the ground-up to fully take advantage of iPad touchscreen capabilities, so that users can experience their Evernote data in a fresh way.
In Bubble Browser for iPad, Evernote tags, notebooks and dates are represented by colorful and differently sized bubbles, which expose most important pieces of information in every given context. By presenting your data in an aesthetic, more natural and approachable way, Bubble Browser for iPad addresses the challenge of dealing with constantly increasing amounts of information. Swipe across screen to navigate through groups of floating bubbles. Tap on them to discover notes and related information.
Paraphrasing Steve Jobs from the original iPhone presentation – "You can touch your data". Bubble Browser for iPad leverages touch-sensitive side of iPads they were designed for. Presenting data sets as colorful shapes is more natural than dealing with raw numbers. Information becomes sensible.
Daniel Gold, CEO of DEG Consulting, publisher of productivity eBooks says:
"Seriously WOW! How amazing that I can "touch" and "feel" my Evernote stacks, notebooks, and tags. WOW! I'm so blown away. Every movement is smooth as can be. Slick and well done!"
There were many ideas behind implementing this approach in Bubble Browser for iPad:
Macoscope is the first Polish startup dedicated to create amazing applications solely for the Apple products. Founded in 2009 in Warsaw by three veterans of the software and telecommunication industries and serial entrepreneurs, Macoscope has received initial angel funding and has set its goals on delivering awesome products for Mac and iOS users as well as work with its customers on making their ideas for applications happen. Other Macoscope's productions include Code Pilot, Invoices and HUDTube. Copyright (C) 2009-2013 Macoscope. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Mac, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.###